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Tissue Cultured Sugarcane Plantlets

Tissue Culture Green Houses and Sugarcane Plantlets

 

Tissue Culture section of VSI produces true to type and disease-free sugarcane plantlets using apical meristem culture technique. The section so far has produced and supplied more than 10.30 million plantlets of different sugarcane varieties to the sugar industry and sugarcane growers of Maharashtra and other States like Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Goa.

Features of tissue cultured sugarcane plantlets
1.
The plantlets are true to type and disease free sugarcane plantlets.
Apical Meristem & Tissue Cultured Sugarcane Plantlet
2.
98-100% survival of the hardened plantlets under field condition.
3.
If one hectare tissue cultured plantlets planted seed plot is raised by planting 15,000 plantlets per hectare planting material for planting 20 to 25 hectare is obtained in 10 months duration if 3 eye-budded setts are used for planting.
4.
Quicker and more than 95% germination ability of the planting material obtained from tissue cultured plantlets
5.

Planting material obtained from tissue cultured plantlets if used for commercial plantation there is increase in sugarcane yield to the tune of 28 to 30 tons per hectare.

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Selling Price of a tissue cultured sugarcane plantlet

Maharashtra State
Concessional selling price for sugar industry and sugarcane growers of Maharashtra

Rs.7.00 only
per plantlet

Other States
Concessional selling price for sugar industry and sugarcane growers of Other States

Rs.8.00 only
per plantlet
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Tissue Cultured Banana Plantlets

Tissue Culture Green Houses and Banana Plantlets

 

Tissue Culture section of VSI produces true to type and disease-free banana plants using apical meristem culture technique from 2011.

Features of tissue cultured banana plantlets
1.
Variety-Grand Naine.
Banana Plantlet
2.
Explant collection from high yielding mother plants.
3.
True to type and disease free plants.
4.
Well hardened, virus indexed plants with 5-6 leaves.
5.

Survival of the plants under field condition is 95-98%.

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Selling Price of a tissue cultured banana plantlet

Cost of plant

Rs.12.00 only
per plantlet
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Terms and Conditions
  • Transport- Transport arrangement by customer.
  • Booking- Advance booking with depositing 50% amount of total cost before 3-4 months of requirement of plants.
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For more details and orders, please contact Tissue Culture Section

For the Production of Quality Planting Material of Sugarcane, use Tissue Cultured Sugarcane Plantlets produced by the Tissue Culture Section of Vasantdada Sugar Institute only...

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